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Williamstown central street

There are not many places like Williamstown – certainly not in greater Melbourne. The streets of Williamstown were amongst the first laid down by Europeans in Victoria in 1837. Up until then the narrow peninsula of Williamstown had been known to the local people as Koort-Boork-Boork, or “patch of she-oak trees.”

GRADE | LENGTH | TYPE: Moderate 11.5 km circuit walk.

The day will see the group enjoy the seaside village atmosphere of Williamstown via three interlocking walks. This will be a stop-start walk as the Leader provides background notes on identified heritage sites. Lunch will be taken in one of the many “green” sites passed during the walk.